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«This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful ...»

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FCC declaration of conformity

Responsible party:

Gateway Companies, Inc.

610 Gateway Drive, North Sioux City, SD 57049

(605) 232-2000 Fax:(605) 232-2023

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two


(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by

one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help 2 92/7/30, ¤W¤È 09:44 IM±Æª©GAT.p65 Use of shielded cable is required to comply with Class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC rules. Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.

Canada Industry Canada (IC) Unintentional emitter per ICES-003 /NMB-003 This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the radio interference regulations of Industry Canada.

Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans le règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par Industrie Canada.


© 2003 Gateway, Inc. All rights reserved. Gateway, Gateway Country, the Gateway stylized logo, and the black-and-white spot design are trademarks or registered trademarks of Gateway, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.



1. Product design and specifications are subject to change without notice. This includes primary product specifications, software, software drivers, and user’s manual. This User Manual is a general reference guide for the product.

2. Gateway assumes no liability for any errors or discrepancies in this user’s manual.

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Do not use this camera if it is emitting smoke (or an unusual odor), if it becomes unusually hot to the touch, produces a peculiar noise, or exhibits any other abnormal conditions.

Operating the camera in any of these circumstances may cause a fire or an electrical shock. Stop using the camera immediately, turn the camera off and remove the batteries.

Contact Gateway for repairs. Never attempt to repair this camera by yourself, as this may be dangerous.

Do not expose the camera to moisture and make sure no water gets into the camera. Take particular care when using the camera under extreme weather conditions, such as rain or snow, or when operating the camera at the beach or near water. Avoid using this camera in places subject to extreme moisture. Do not use the camera if water has entered the camera. Turn the camera off and remove the batteries. Contact Gateway. Do not continue to use the camera as this may cause a fire or an electrical shock.

Do not use the camera if any foreign objects have entered the camera. Turn the camera off and remove the batteries. Contact Gateway. Do not continue to use the camera as this may cause a fire or an electrical shock.

Do not place the camera in an unstable location such as on a wobbly table or sloping surface where the camera may fall or tip over and cause injury. If the camera has been dropped or damaged, turn the camera off and remove the batteries. Contact Gateway. Do not continue to use the camera as this may cause a fire or an electrical shock.

Do not insert or drop metallic or other foreign objects into the camera through access points such as the SD memory card slot. This may cause a fire or an electrical shock.

Do not attempt to modify this camera. Do not remove the camera casing. This may cause a fire or an electrical shock. Internal inspection and repairs should only be carried out by an authorized service facility.

Never operate this camera in any way while driving a vehicle. This may cause a traffic accident.

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Do not place this camera in a location affected by oil fumes or steam, such as near a cooking stove or humidifier. This may cause a fire or an electrical shock.

Do not leave this camera in a location subject to extremely high temperatures, such as in a sealed vehicle or in direct sunlight. Exposure to high temperatures may adversely affect the camera case and internal components and may cause a fire.

Do not cover or wrap the camera with a cloth or quilt. This may cause heat to build up and distort the camera case and cause a fire. Always use the camera and accessories in wellventilated locations.

Handle the camera carefully and do not expose the camera to shock or vibration. Handling the camera roughly may cause a malfunction.

Do not use batteries other than those specified for use with your camera. Use of unsuitable batteries may result in the batteries splitting, or leaking and may cause a fire, injury, or soiling of the battery compartment.

When placing the batteries into the camera, check the polarity markings on the batteries (- and + ) to ensure that the batteries are inserted correctly. Incorrect battery polarity will result in camera inoperability and may result in the batteries splitting or leaking and causing a fire, injury, or soiling of the battery compartment.

Remove the batteries if the camera will not be used for an extended period of time. The batteries may leak and cause a fire, injury or soiling of the battery compartment. If the batteries leak, clean and wipe the battery compartment carefully and install new batteries.

Wash your hands carefully if you touch the battery fluid.

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Package Contents Getting to Know Your Camera

Names of Parts LCD Monitor Indicator Getting Started

Installing Batteries Attaching the Hand Strap Inserting an SD Memory Card (optional accessory) Setting the Date and Time Record Mode

Taking Pictures Using the Normal Mode Digital Zoom Photography Self-timer Photography Using the Macro Mode Setting the Flash Setting the Image Resolution and Quality Playback Mode

Playing Back Photographed Images (Single-Frame Playback) Displaying Thumbnail Images Viewing Image Information Zoom Playback Slideshow Display 6 92/7/30, ¤W¤È 09:44 IM±Æª©GAT.p65 Movie Mode

Recording Video Clips Viewing Video Clips Deleting Images

Formatting the SD Memory Card

Protecting Images

Setting the DPOF

Menu Options

Record Menu Movie Menu Playback Menu Setup Menu Transferring Recorded Images/Video Clips Your Computer

Using the Camera as a PC Camera


Package Contents

Carefully unpack your camera and ensure that you have the following items:

Common Product Components:

Digital camera USB cable Video cable Software CD-ROM User’s manual Camera strap Camera pouch 2 AA alkaline batteries Installing Batteries

1. Make sure the camera is turned off.

2. Slide the battery/card cover.

3. Insert the batteries, noting correct polarity (+ and -).

4. Close the battery/card cover firmly.


If you will not be using the batteries for an extended period of time, remove them from the camera to prevent leakage or corrosion.

Never use manganese batteries.

Never use batteries of different types (together) or mix old and new batteries.

Avoid using batteries in extremely cold environments as low temperatures can shorten the battery life and reduce camera performance.

Attach the hand strap as follows:

1. Thread the small loop of the hand strap through the strap eyelet on the camera.

2. Pull the large loop through the small loop until the strap is firmly secured.

Inserting an SD Memory Card The camera comes with 8MB of internal memory, allowing you to store images and video clips in the camera. However, you can expand the memory capacity by using an optional SD memory card so that you can store more images and video clips.

1. Make sure the camera is turned off.

2. Open the battery/card cover.

3. Insert an SD memory card:

The front side of the memory card (printed arrow) should face towards the front side of the camera.

If the card cannot be inserted, check the orientation.

This camera is also compatible with the MultiMediaCard.

4. Close the battery/card cover.

Taking Pictures Your camera is equipped with both an optical viewfinder and a 1.5" LCD monitor to compose images. Taking images using the optical viewfinder will conserve battery power. If your batteries are low, it is recommended that you only compose images by using the viewfinder.

Using the LCD monitor, you can compose images more accurately, but at the cost of battery consumption. Always use the LCD monitor for macro shots, however, to avoid parallax effects. The LCD monitor must be used when Digital Zoom is used.

Using the Viewfinder

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the button.

2. Toggle the button to the mode.

3. Compose your shot in the viewfinder.

4. Press the shutter button.

Using the LCD Monitor

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the button.

2. Toggle the button to the mode.

By default, the LCD monitor is on.

3. Compose your shot on the display screen.

4. Press the shutter button.


You may turn off the LCD monitor by pressing the button.

Using the Normal Mode Normal mode is used to take images where the distance to the subject is 3.9 ft (1.2 m) or more.

Select this mode for general shooting, including portraits and scenery.

1. Toggle the button to the mode.

2. Set the focus dial to the position.

3. Compose the picture.

4. Press the shutter button.


For better results, we recommend that you use the Normal mode if the distance to the subject is 2.3 ft (0.7 m) or more.

Digital Zoom Photography By using digital zoom, images appear closer. Whereas digital zoom is a compelling feature, the more an image is enlarged (zoomed), the more pixilated (grainier) the image will appear. To enable the digital zoom, toggle the button.

4. Press the shutter button to capture a "zoomed" image.

Self-Timer Photography When the self-timer is used, the camera automatically takes a picture after 10 or 2 seconds.

This allows you to get into the scene when taking group images.

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4. Compose the scene.

5. Press the shutter button.

The self-timer function is activated.

The photograph is then taken after the preset time.


After an image is taken using the self-timer, the self-timer mode is turned off.

If you wish to take another image using the self-timer, repeat these steps.

Using the Macro Mode Use the macro (close-up) mode to shoot a close-up of a subject (such as flowers or insects) where the range is between 1.3~1.6 ft (0.4~0.5 m).

1. Toggle the button to the mode.

2. Set the focus dial to the position.

The icon appears on the LCD monitor.

3. Compose the scene.

4. Press the shutter button.

To cancel macro photography at any time, set the focus dial to the position.


When shooting a close-up in macro mode, use the LCD monitor to compose your shot, avoiding the off-center parallax phenomenon.

There is not a distinct point (subject range) at which normal mode is favored over macro mode; take an image in both normal and macro modes and compare the results.

After a macro shot is taken, DO NOT FORGET to reset the lens to the normal position.

1. Toggle the button to the mode.

2. Press the button repeatedly until your desired flash mode appears on the LCD monitor.

3. Compose the image and press the shutter button.

21 92/7/30, ¤W¤È 09:46 IM±Æª©GAT.p65 Setting Image Resolution and Quality Resolution and quality settings determine the pixel size (dimension), image file size, and compression ratio for your images. These settings affect the number of images that can be stored in memory, or on a memory card. As you get to know the camera, it is recommended that you try each quality and resolution setting to get an appreciation for the effects that these settings will have on your images.

Higher resolution and higher quality images offer the best photographic results but produce large files sizes. Therefore, fewer images will take up more memory space.

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